Definition of pip pip
- term used to show that one agrees. Origin: British boarding school novels. Used in Rasheedah McCormack, WA
Person A: should we head home now?
Person B: pip pip.
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|Definitions include: Person who is quite irritating, assumes to know everything but actually knows nothing.|
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